After six months in Pesaro, the time has finally come for me to say good bye. Summing up this experience in one article is quite hard, but if I had to choose one word I think it would be “great”.
I remember my arrival here as if it was yesterday, and I also remember that, back then, I thought I had a lot of time and that it might even be too long. But once the confusion of the first days was gone, time started to fly. Extremely fast. And now here I am, about to leave this city I really got attached to.
Before coming here I really didn’t know what to expect. I had never been in Italy before, and never even heard of Pesaro. I looked it up on the Internet, but didn’t get so much information. I can say that I was a little bit scared, but in the end I discovered a really nice city (rather calm during the winter, though), with a very rich cultural life and a lot of awesome people.
I learned so much about myself during my time here, and I am so grateful that I was lucky enough to participate to this project which allowed me to discover a culture and a country I would have probably not known otherwise. This experience made me want to travel more and more, to discover as much parts of the world as I possibly can. It also helped me to see a little bit clearer on what I wanted to do once I’m back in France. I know that I want to work in the international humanitarian field, and in September I will start a master degree of International Law in Paris.
I still have a few days before leaving, and I intend to enjoy them, but I know that I will miss a lot Pesaro and all the people I met. I’m sure it’s just a temporary goodbye, though, I really want to come back someday.
Thank you everyone, for everything, and see you soon hopefully!
1 thought on ““Time to say good bye””
Too bad I have disappeared lately after the suspension of TPMP, but it’s great to read that you have had a nice time which helped you finding out what to do next.
Well, good luck for the master in September, enjoy the summer now (now you know there’s plenty of beaches here) 🙂